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the entire bay area with the help of 14 other law enforcement agencies. they served 24 high risk search warrants, 20 of them in oakland, two in antioch, one in pacifica and one in brentwood. this video shows a remote controlled robot scouting some of the targeted locations. the results of the raid, there were 12 arrests of members of two of the city's most notorious gangs. police are looking for half a dozen more suspects. >> there were key people that we know were involved in violent crime. those were the people that we went after today. >> katie: in all month, an hundred members of law enforcement were involved in the raids. >>> new this morning, san jose has seen a spike in crimes like burglaries and car thefts. "mercury news" looked at crime stats. 28,000 property crimes were reported in 2012 and that is nearly 30% increase over 2011 and the highest figure since 1995. it is generally a reflection of statewide trends for more property crimes. san jose ranks fifth among biggest large cities. >>> berkeley restaurant owner is hoping to be back in business after spending the night making
addiction. >> mr. shiwakawa violated the law and faith that the residents of santa clara county had placed in him. >> they announced criminal charges against the county supervisor. >> four felony counts of perjury. one felony count of misappropriating money and seven miss demeaners and failing to file accurate campaign zbrorts they say he used taxpayer money as his own and some went to support his gambling go addiction. he says he suffers from depression and apologizes for his actions. >> it's extraordinary action and the extraordinary measures is that she is resigning. >> the residents we spoke to say it was right move. >> i think it's a good thing. there is a lot of controversy around him, all the misappropriation of funds and campaign funds. it was like the icing on cake. >> the community looks like a black eye. it's best that he stepped down. >> in addition to his resignation he has agreed to plead guilty to the charges. he faces jail time. he must pay $50,000 in stated penalties. he was booked and released on his own recognizance. with the new vacancy on the board the supervisors have
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